Gerhard Richter, Bagdad (P9)


Gerhard Richter (born 1932 in Dresden)

Diasec mounted chromogenic print on aluminium

Dimensions: 50 × 40 cm

Edition of 500: numbered, verso

Publisher: Serpentine Gallery, London (produced by Heni)

Heni Productions Catalogue Number: P9

Condition: Excellent (sold in original Heni packaging)

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“Painting is the making of an analogy for something nonvisual and incomprehensible; giving it form and bringing it within reach. And that is why good paintings are incomprehensible.” – Gerhard Richter quoted in “Notes 1981,” The Daily Practice of Painting: Writings 1962-1993, Cambridge, 1995

“Richter’s painting explores the enigmatic juncture of sense and non-sense. His paintings encircle, enclose the real as that which it is impossible to say: the unrepresentable.” – Birgit Pelzer, ‘The Tragic Desire’ in: Benjamin D. Buchloh, Ed., Gerhard Richter: October Files, Massachusetts 2009

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